The Department of Neighborhood Development is soliciting bids for the redevelopment of a former public bath house at 611 Columbia Road in Upham’s Corner.
A panel of academics discusses the implications of the Market Basket workers’ revolt.
The Providers’ Council, a statewide organization of human service providers, held a forum on human services with gubernatorial candidates.
Massachusetts leads the nation in clean energy, thanks largely to the efforts of Gov. Deval Patrick.
Comprised of local leaders and experts who represent businesses, community-based organizations, elected offices, and City of Boston departments, the Neighborhood Innovation District Committee will be chaired by John Barros, Chief of Economic Development for the City of Boston, and Edward ...
Two Boston nonprofits have joined forces to provide job training and job placement services.
Former Lawrence Mayor Willy Lantigua is seeking to unseat state Rep. Marcos Devers and regain the 16th Essex House seat.
Radius Specialty Hospital is closing its Townsend Street facility, the former Jewish Memorial Hospital.
Attorney General Martha Coakley held a communities of color rally at Hibernian Hall Sunday while businessman Charlie Baker is gearing up for an endorsement event with prominent black supporters.
MAMLEO President Larry Ellison challenges NAACP President Michael Curry.
Fresh Food Generation Food Truck Tour & Pop-Up Cafe will be at Blue Hill Avenue during Circle the City this Sunday, September 28th from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Artweek Boston and Berklee's Bean Town Jazz Festival are happening this weekend.
Shri Lankan Tennis pro Harshana Godamanna has been appointed coach at the Sportsmen’s Tennis Club.
A HUD grant for the reconstruction of the Whittier Street housing development is expected to catalyze more than $300 million in development in Lower Roxbury.
World War II veteran and developer Marvin Gilmore celebrated his 90th birthday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Boston.